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Basics of Estate Planning, Part Two

Welcome back! We are here to talk more about the basics of estate planning in Cary NC. If you haven’t started planning a will or other aspects of estate planning, we are here to help.
Plan for Long Term Care and Disability. Though you may be decades from becoming a senior adult, it’s a good idea to plan for your golden years before it’s too late. Some choose to put off planning for long term care and/or disability, year after year until they suddenly realize that it’s time to put a plan into action. When this is the case, it can take months to put together your plan of action for care. Even then, it might not work out in your best interest. Having a plan ready for disability and long term care ahead of time will be a great way to make sure you are cared for properly without having to compromise your care.
It's important to plan for your future when you become a senior. Some never think about it until it’s too late. In this case, it’s better to go ahead and plan while you are able to do so, without any medical issues or other things that could keep you from being able to express your wishes.
If you’re ready to learn more about resolutions for estate planning in 2019 head over to our next blog post. There, you’ll find information that can help you set goals and achieve them for estate planning in Cary NC and working with our estate lawyer.
Hiring a lawyer to help you with estate planning in Cary NC and to help write your will could save you time and the frustration of trying to figure out how to manage unusual situations. Our lawyers can help you write a will that is valid and free of errors. Even more, if there are any issues, they can help you correct them.
Once your will is in place, it is good practice to review it once a year to see if updates need to be made. Major life events, such as a birth or death, marriage or divorce, or adoption or guardianship can affect how you want your assets to be distributed.
Writing a will can be a daunting task, so if you need help call Eldreth Law Firm. We have an estate lawyer on staff who can guide you through the process. Call us to make an appointment today!

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